|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables...||Each Chewable Tablet Contains: Glucosamine Hydrochloride* 99% (900 mg for Large Dogs), Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate* (Low Molecular Weight) (350 mg for Large Dogs), Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables* (Asu) Powder (90 mg for Large Dogs). Dasuquin Chewable Tablets Are Also Available for Dogs In Formulations Containing MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). Dasuquin with MSM for Small to Medium Dogs Contains 400 mg MSM and Dasuquin with MSM for Large Dogs Contains 800 mg MSM. *Dasuquin Contains Fchg49 Glucosamine...||Active Ingredients: Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables...|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Health Feature||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support||Hip & Joint Support|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior|
My vet first recommended Dasuquin when my 14 month old Rottweiler tore both ACL’s and was diagnosed with arthritis in both knees. I started her on Dasuquin and when she died of cancer at just shy of 8 years of age, her arthritis had barely progressed. At the same time we had a Black Lab who turned out to be a very large lady, weighing in at 100+ lbs. We started Bella on Dasuquin as a puppy to help fend off arthritis. She was a big, goofy girl who paddled with her front legs and lived a very active life. During her 9+ years she never developed arthritis, unheard of in my experience with Labs. I can’t recommend it highly enough. All of our large dogs are started on Dasuquin as puppies and the “midget” Lab was started on it at 7 months of age after breaking her hip. There’s never a guarantee that the results will be the same for every dog but I feel that I’m giving my dogs the best chance to live a long, healthy life.
It's a bit early to give a thorough review, only two weeks on the Sasuquin and it probably takes about six weeks for it to begin helping. So hopeful is the word and Nick (the dog) is scheduled to see a professional veterinarian for an actual diagnosis.
Dasuqin is highly recommended, and my golden retriever mix puppy needs joint supplements for his future health. He likes the taste and eats it without peanut butter. Really easy to give him since he likes it. I guess I won't know if Dasuquin is helping his joints until he's old but I'm counting on the recommendation of others.
I have an 11 yo Anatolian shepherd with rear joint stiffness This product helped him get up easier with less pain within a week I tried the hard pill but he is very suspicious and he would not eat them unless i crushed in food ,The soft chew he eats like a treat no problem.
My 3 year old cattledog mix starting limping and favoring her right front leg. At first I thought she had run in a hole, or something made her stumble and she would be fine in a week or so. Well, her limping got progressively worse and off to the vet she went. He suggested Dasuquin with MSM. It is expensive but eventually it did help her. It took about 4-5 weeks when we noticed a difference. The vet believes she might have arthritis, poor thing, but my baby is not limping as badly as she had.
This is an amazing product and has resulted in the ability to take my dog off of pain medication which was dangerous. He still has a minor flare up on occasion but he's no longer suffering. This large bag was cost-effective with the discount I received in the mail.
Yogi is beginning to show signs of weakness in his joints. My vet recommended these. He absolutely loves them and, although he’s only had them for about 2 weeks now, he wants me to launch his ball more frequently than he did before. I’m hoping to see more improvement as he continues taking them.
I started giving my Golden Retriever Dasuquin around 8 years of age in an effort to preserve his joint health. He’s now 11 and his mobility is fantastic! He’s still playing fetch multiple times a day, jumping in and out of our bed and SUV, and not showing any signs of slowing down physically. We recently upped to 2 per day after asking our vet if that was safe just to take all the precautions we could to continue to protect his joints. I consider Dasuquin the best investment in his daily health and would absolutely recommend! Bonus points for it tasting like a treat for him! He happily scarfs them down!
As you know all bulldogs eventually have joint problems. My French bulldog is 15 years old and still walks and runs like a puppy. I have been giving this to her for years and it has paid off.
So far so good will update after he’s been on them for awhile. he doesn’t seem to like the taste that well and he’s not a picky eater.